Make sure to hide all your essence because Dehaka is now ready to harvest it.
Over the weekend, Blizzard released a patch containing a handful of bug fixes for StarCraft Remastered, following up on the patch from August 21.
Well, you have to expect a few bugs in a game with this many Zerg in it, right?
Just announced at Gamescom, Dehaka will be the newest Commander to join StarCraft 2 co-op mode.
Last week we talked about the origins of the conflict that would become known to the inhabitants of the Koprulu sector as the Great War.
If you're playing StarCraft 2 in multiplayer, you'll be interested to discover that Blizzard is making a major redesign to multiplayer in the tradition of patch 3.8.
If you've been waiting, wait no more: StarCraft Remastered is officially live and you can play it right now (as long as you have $14.99 to spare).
It feels like almost no time at all has passed since Blizzard first announced StarCraft: Remastered, but here we are, ready and able to take the remaster for a spin.
With Starcraft Remastered coming out next week, it seemed appropriate to look back at the setting as a whole.
Yes, you read that correctly.
StarCraft 2 just dropped its patch 3.16 notes which include, among other things, the long awaited War Chest: BlizzCon 2017 promotion.
The game that started the craze nearly 20 years ago is finally available for pre-order.
Now that Dreamhack is over, the dog days of summer are beginning in earnest.
If you've been distracted by the news from some of Blizzard's other games -- Diablo 3's Necromancer announcement, gorillas in space, the Tomb of Sargeras' awesome and spoiler-heavy cinematic, and so on -- then it'd be understandable if you missed the patch that went out for StarCraft 2 today.
Dreamhack Summer is one of the biggest hubs for esports every year.
If you've been holding off on playing StarCraft 2 for whatever reason, Blizzard would like to change that.